|Director||Charles M. Seay|
|Writers||Mabel Grace Warner (story)
|Cast||Herbert Prior Mabel Trunnelle Ben F. Wilson Harry Gripp John Sturgeon Claire Adams Yale Boss|
|Plot||The seed of jealousy is sown in Jones when two gentlemen, unknown to him, bow to his wife. His unfounded jealousy is intensified when, a few days later, Mrs. Jones' sister sends her a present for Mr. Jones, which arrives while the Joneses are at breakfast, with instructions not to show it to him until his birthday. Mr. Jones' angry expostulations to see the package avail him nothing, and he leaves for the office in a "white heat," where he writes his wife a letter in a disguised handwriting, purporting to be from a former admirer, and begging for a clandestine interview. Mr. Jones' jealousy is further inflamed when the florist sends a bouquet of flowers to his office instead of to his home address, as given by Mrs. Jones. When Mrs. Jones receives the forged letter, she takes it immediately to the police station and a number of "coppers" are sent to watch for the admirer. Seeing nobody around but Mr. Jones, who had come to surprise his wife in the act of infidelity, the policemen arrest him and he is brought to the station house, where matters are finally straightened out.... search for A Taste of His Own Medicine on IMDb|
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